Translation of balladeer in Spanish:
- 1.1 (writer) compositor, (masculine, feminine) de baladas 1.2 (singer) cantante (masculine and feminine) de baladas, baladista (masculine and feminine) (Latin America/América Latina)Example sentences
- Songdog's delivery of music and lyric is reminiscent of the old-school '70s singer/songwriter balladeers such as Nick Drake, Jim Croce and at times, Tom Waits.
- Crooners, balladeers, torch singers - they are all here on this triple CD.
- From chamber choirs to traditional balladeers, Newfoundland musicians are confidently rooted in local culture
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